Recently, Fulgence Kayishema was charged in South Africa for allegedly committing suspected war crimes in Rwanda in 1994. Three decades later, the genocide in Rwanda serves as a timely reminder of how difficult it is for the international community to engage in a meaningful oversight of human rights, despite the best of intentions.
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